October 14, 2018
Keeping things interesting while tailgating is easy with this super recipe.  Sure, the standard brats and burgers always please, but check out this slow-cooker recipe that will win game day! According to Midwest Living, this one will serve 8 Start with a 3 pound boneless pork shoulder roast Add 2 teaspoons of chili powder Salt & Pepper And 2 cups of apple cider For the sauce: 1 1/2 cups apple cider 1 cup ketchup 2 tablespoons chili sauce
October 14, 2018
Straight from the farms to your home.  That’s how fresh Kemps milk is.  And we are all about anything that’s fresh!  Kemps began as a small creamery in Southeastern Minnesota in 1914, and now they have added facilities in Wisconsin and North Dakota.  The Kemps milk at Fresh Madison Market took one short trip from the dairy farm to be ready for you.  This week, with your $15 purchase, pick up a half gallon of Kemps milk, free!
October 7, 2018
It would be great if your day at work also allowed you to also eat well, but too often that isn’t the case.  Here are a few quick and easy snacks you can keep with you at work that just might keep you away from the vending machine.   Pumpkin or Sunflower Seeds Always a good choice and full of protein, keeping some seeds at your desk are a great way to stop the munchies. Nuts and Dried Fruit
October 7, 2018
More than just a dramatic look, the copper makeup of a Moscow Mule mug does some profound things to your drink.  Yes, it could be served in a glass or a plastic cup - - but there are specific reasons for choosing copper.  The biggie is temperature.  Copper is a great insulator, and you feel that immediate chill when it touches your lips.  Some also cite the chemical reaction between the copper and the vodka.  It kicks up the aroma, thus enhancing the taste.  And let’s be honest, the experience of having this legendary drink the right way makes a huge difference.  This week
September 30, 2018
This could be one of the best fall hot drinks you’ve ever had.  The website Mom on Timeout offers up a super simple beverage great for tailgating, outside around the firepit, or just because!  Here’s all you’ll need:
September 30, 2018
It’s quickly becoming one of the easiest ways to detox, get some good probiotics, and quench your thirst all at once.  Kombucha.  If you’re going to reach for something good to drink, reach for something that is good for you to drink.
September 23, 2018
Parents have been barking “eat your vegetables!” as long as there have been parents…and vegetables. This isn’t new, but it does seem harder than ever to get your kids to choose something healthful over something horrible.  The doctors at WebMD tell us the first important tip is…
September 23, 2018
Water can still be water, while also having a splash of flavor!  That’s what Nestlé has perfected with Nestlé Splash!  If the (lack of) flavor in water is keeping you from drinking more water, Nestlé Splash has 6 sweet options for you:  Wild Berry, Lemon, Strawberry Melon, Açai Grape, and Mandarin Orange.  This great taste is done without any calories, any sugars, and no artificial colors or flavors.  It’s pure water, and pure enjoyment.  This week, you try out a 6-pack of Nestlé Splash free at Fresh Madison Market with your $10 purchase of groceries.  
September 17, 2018
Keeping your weight in check is particularly difficult with hidden surprises in your food that are working against you.  Here are some you really must avoid: Artificial Sweeteners
September 17, 2018
It’s a classic American story.  Ralph and Alice Stayer opened a butcher shop in Johnsonville in 1945 making their own sausage.  The recipe was a family creation handed down from 19th century Austria.  Within a few years, demand was high and Stayer’s sausage creation was becoming more popular in the region.  By the 70s, trucks were delivering their sausage across Wisconsin.  With a nod to the name of their town, Johnsonville Sausage was born.  Today, this privately owned company still uses the old world sausage recipe, and it’s the number 1 brand in America.  It can also be found in 40 other

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